Everyone was ready for the Solar Eclipse yesterday, including the kids. I was with some kids yesterday and the excitement in their eyes was very enjoyable. As a Mom I was concerned, no looking up at the sky - we did not have the special glasses, but we had these little, adorable inventions...did they really work?
Monday's Solar Eclipse will be a spectacle around the entire nation as well as at the Jersey Shore. Here are 5 things YOU need to know!
When will we see the eclipse here in New Jersey? The eclipse will begin around 1 pm and remain visible til about 4 pm
The total solar eclipse set to take place this Monday, August 21, is a rare, almost magical treat for anyone interested by what's up there in the sky and how it works. NASA has been preparing for the celestial event, and we wanted to share a few key pieces to help you better enjoy and understand what's about to happen.
As you probably know by now, in only a few weeks we'll get a rare astronomical treat, as a widely visible solar eclipse will cross the sky in the middle of the day.
There will be differences in what you'll see depending on where you are, however.